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Abit PH5 motherboard manual/jumper settings

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I have an Abit PH5 motherboard but no manual. I went to the Abit web page in search of one, but it wasn't there. I have also looked all over the web so I'm not interested in addresses unless you're CERTAIN it contains an online manual for this motherboard.

BUT if someone has this motherboard manual and could tell me the jumper settings for a (lowly) P90 I would be very grateful. It would be even better if I could be sent an online version or perhaps even important pages scanned....( I would be prepared to offer more points for this)
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by:rmarotta
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Are you certain of the model number?
What CPU/chipset does it use?
Can you post the BIOS revision number?
Regards,
Ralph
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by:joopv
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I have the ABIT PH5 jumper settings here.  If you send me your email address i will send some gif files to you with the information.

> perhaps even important pages scanned....( I would be prepared to offer more points for this)

How high are you willing to go :-) ?

My email addr. : pe1dna@amsat.org

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by:rjh107
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Yes I am certain of the model number, on the Abit web page it has some drivers for the motherboard (flash bios, etc) but no manual for it probably because it is 'old'. The board is revision 1.5

I'm not sure what BIOS revision number is because unless I'm mistaken one has to boot it up to find out and I don't want to do that until I know what the jumper settings for the CPU are.
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send information abit ph5 directly to rjh107.
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